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Wakefield

Howard Wakefield is a cruel man possibly in the throes of a nervous breakdown – but let’s not let that excuse him. In a fit of selfish pique, he one day decides to leave his wife and kids – only not leave them in the traditional sense, but rather he decides to disappear without telling a soul. 370 more words

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Last Flag Flying

Year: 2017 (UK: 2018)
Director: Richard Linklater
Cast: Bryan Cranston, Laurence Fishburne, Steve Carell, 

Written by Jessica Peña

We can always count on Richard Linklater to project the sincerity of human conversation onto the big screen for the world to marvel at. 706 more words

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The Disaster Artist

08/12/17

Let me begin with a question: is it ever possible to make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear? In this analogy, the sow’s ear is Tommy Wiseau’s movie, The Room ( 661 more words

Film

Last Flag Flying Review

I was supposed to watch Last Flag Flying a couple of weeks back, but due to circumstances beyond my control (Laziness), I’m watching it now. Set during the first year of the War in Iraq in 2003, a father of a fallen soldier (Carell) finds two marines he served in Vietnam with to help bury his son. 268 more words

Film Reviews

New Podcast! The X-Cast X-Files Podwatch - Episode #61 (The Beginning/Drive)

I’m thrilled to be a part of The X-Cast X-Files Podwatch, a daily snippet podcast rewatching the entirety of The X-Files between now and the launch of the new season. 251 more words

The X-Files

Last Flag Flying

Steve Carell, Laurence Fishburne and Bryan Cranston, three old buddies reunited after thirty years on a journey to a funeral.   It reminded me of a film from the early 1970s called… 465 more words

Film

Of flawed men and dangerous​ ones

For the CBC on November 30, 2017

In early November, Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston weighed in on the stunning allegations of sexual misconduct levelled against Hollywood icon Kevin Spacey — one of the early casualties of the so-called Weinstein effect — in an  969 more words

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